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On the Trail of Lionel Logue: One SLP's Excellent Adventure - featured March 4, 2011

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On the Trail of Lionel Logue: One SLP's Excellent Adventure

by Caroline Bowen. The ASHA Leader.

The author aided in the surprise discovery by the film producers of the Logue Family Archive just weeks before film production began. She introduced the film's researcher to Mark Logue, Lionel's grandson and custodian of the archive.

When Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother died in February 2002 at the age of 101, tributes and personal recollections filled the print media. With them came detailed accounts of her role as the consort of George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II. Almost every one of these histories mentioned the King's stutter and his wife's unvarying support, with passing references to an Australian speech therapist or "voice specialist" named Lionel Logue.

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